Extracts from the Works of Thomas Manton
Thomas Manton was born in 1620, at lawrence-Lydiard in the county of Somerset. Both his father and grandfather were ministers. He went to Oxon at 15years of age. He was first minister of Culliton, in Devon and afterwards of Stoke-Newington in Middlesex, before he came to Covent-Garden, where he succeeded Mr. Sedgwick. He was in great reputation at the time of King Charles's return, one of the Savoy commissioners and very earnest in his endeavors to get the declaration for Ecclesiastical affairs fed into a law.
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